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Quantitative easing isn't hitting yet

Nov 15, 2010
This final note today, what you might call an addendum to the numbers. For all the talk about quantitative easing there's been -- yes, here and...
Posted In: bonds, Federal Reserve, quantitative easing

MID-DAY UPDATE: Ireland's bailout and global entrepreneurship

Nov 15, 2010
Retail sales are up 1.2 percent, but consumers remain cautious about where they allocate their dollars. This trend is in keeping with the...
Posted In: aol, Facebook, Federal Reserve, global entrepreneurship, GM, Greenland, Ireland, Ireland bailout, mid-day update, retail sales, SAIC Motor

MID-DAY UPDATE: Ireland, quantitative easing and mortgage interest deductions

Nov 12, 2010
The Federal Reserve plans to invest $600 billion buying U.S. and corporate debt -- learn why Republicans worry that the Fed may be a wee-bit too...
Posted In: Dave Camp, deficit-cutting, Federal Reserve, G20, Ireland, mid-day update, mortgage interest deduction, National Museum of American Jewish History, New York, quantitative easing

MID-DAY UPDATE: Central Bank to buy bonds, Chrysler predicts profit and "congestion pricing"

Nov 8, 2010
Learn why the G-20 nations and other world leaders object to the Federal Reserve's decision to buy $600 billion worth of treasury bonds. We examine...
Posted In: Airbus A380, Chrysler, congestion pricing, Federal Reserve, G20, Indonesia, mid-day update, quantitative easing

MID-DAY UPDATE: Private sector jobs grow, Obama goes to India and grading the "grader"

Nov 5, 2010
With 151,000 jobs added to the economy in October, we examine where the strongest growth took place. Good news for investors, the Federal Reserve...
Posted In: climate change, dividends, Federal Reserve, mid-day update, Moody's, private sector jobs, Rolls Royce, Standard & Poor's

MID-DAY UPDATE: U.S. voters speak, Delta may unionize and goodbye to political ads

Nov 3, 2010
What are the possible effects of the midterm elections on the Bush tax cuts, which expire at the end of the year? U.S. voters put pen to ballot to...
Posted In: Bush tax cuts, Congressman Joe Barton, Delta, Federal Reserve, Latin cuisine, McDonald's, McRib, mid-day update, Political ads

MID-DAY UPDATE: BP wears black, GM's IPO and video games in the Supreme Court.

Nov 2, 2010
General Motors expects to raise $10 billion, from an initial public offer, which would allow it to partially repay taxpayers. Our analysts examine...
Posted In: BP, Federal Reserve, France, General Motors, GM, mid-day update, NASA, United Kingdom, video games

Uncle Ben goes shopping

Oct 7, 2010
The Federal Reserve is trying to stimulate the economy by buying billions of dollars worth of bonds from banks. Senior Editor Paddy Hirsch explains how that's supposed to work.
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MID-DAY UPDATE: GDP revised down

Aug 27, 2010
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke stepped up to the podium to kick off a big central bankers' convention in Wyoming. We have one analyst's...
Posted In: China, Federal Reserve, GDP, mid-day update, New Orleans, P-PIP, Toyota, Unmanned vehicles, wheat

MID-DAY UPDATE: Roadblocks and a traffic jam

Aug 24, 2010
Fed officials were divided over the Federal Reserve's decision to buy more government debt Apple has filed a patent to identify jailbreakers, w...
Posted In: apple, Blackberry, China, Federal Reserve, India, job applications, mid-day update, Philadelphia, South Africa, stem cell research

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